GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY IN AN AUSTRALIAN SHIP. —A very remarkable discovery has just been made in one of Messrs Green's ships recently arrived *n the port of London from Australia. The ship, the Result, was being overhauled a day or two ago in the London Doc!<»', when the skeleton of a man was found, standing upright. He was dressed, but all his flesh had dried up on his bones, and his clothes therefore hang loosely about him. On searching him a sum of twelve shillings in silver was found in his pocket, but no other property of any kind. It is supposed that the man had not the means to pay for his passage, and secreted himself in some part of the ship, and was either suffocated or that, in consequence of the manner in which the cargo was packed, be found It im- possible to escape from his place of confinement. THB RIGHT OF SHOPKEEPERS TO TEST MOXBY.— IMPORTANT JUDGMENT,—Dipple v. Reeves.—This was an action brought before Mr Dasent, at the Shoreditch County Count, London, to recover damages, sustained in consequence of the defendant having broken a half- sovereign, while testing it. Plaintiff stated that he went to defendant's shop to buy some plants, and be handed a half-sovereign to defendant, who put it between his teeth, and deliberately broke it in half. He gave the pieces back to plaintiff, remarking that It was bad. The plaintiff, however, was convinced that it was good, and he had it properly tested by a chemist, who said it was perfectly good. The pieces were then again offered to the defendant, who refused to accept them, and told p laintiff he could try the question, if he were so minded. A witness was called, and stated that he saw defendant4 bite the coin. After it was broken, he said, 'There must have been a flaw in it.' Defendant urged that, when he saw the coin, he expressed a doubt as to its being genuine, and plaintiff urged him to try it. After it was broken plaintiff took the pieces away, and upon his return said he could make 93 8d of them. Defendant offered him the other 4d. Plaintiff: I deny it. His Honour (Mr Dasent): This is a question of some importance, and I can hardly think that the plaintiff could have wilfully destroyed a coin that he might make evidence here to-day. There is no doubt that the pieces produced are those of a genuine half-sovereign, and now it remains to be seen how far the defendant has rendered himself liable. I can nly say that-he has acted most unjustifiably, and that a tradesman must apply sure and gentle tests to the coin of the realm. If he acts roughly and defaces the coin he does so at his own risk, and I think defendant had nsed unnecessary violenOe with this coin, therefore my verdict will be for plaintiff for 10s damages and costs. FATAL ACCIDENT IN CLONMEL.—On the 10th Inst, a fatal accident occurred in Clonmel, from the use of fire- arms, to a little girl named Martha Ross, aged about seven years, who was ahotby her brother, John Ross. The children were engaged in innocent sport in the garden; other children were called in by them to join in their amusements. A room in one of the out-offices bad been fitted up as a show' hung with curtains. The little boy (Johnny Ross), had possessed himself by some means of a large pistol, the property of his grandfather, which was loaded sixteen years ago, and had been lying on the top of a high press in the parlour. For some years this old flint pistol was never seen by any of the family, until found on Wednesday on the spot where it had fallen from the hands of the poor little fellow who was the innocent cause of his sister's death. The pistol was hidden by Johnny in a box, and he and another boy, a young companfein, whom he had coaxed into the garden to show the I real'pistol,* frequently pulled the trigger during the previous evening, but it would not go off, the flint emitted sparks, but there was unfortunately no discharge of the contents. It remained, through a pro- vidential arrangement, to effect its sad and fatal purpose. In the midst of their play on Wednesday evening Johnny took out his pistol: the muzzle happened to be opposite little Martha; he pulled the trigger, and the ball with Whicii- it. had been loaded sixteen years ago, passed the brasst of the child. She ran to her mother, who was in the kitchen with one of the servants—Oh mamma, said the little one 'Johnny shot me I' She took her up in, her arms, carried her to the sofa, placed her gently down, while Dr Hewetson and also Dr Mahony were sent for to afford medical or surgical aid. It was unavailable jl ere they had arrived the child was dead. For a few moments only she breathed—the lung had been penetrated and internal hemorshage caused death. The facts were investigated by a jury, under the presidency of Mr J. J, Shee, when the following verdict was returned—'That the deceased, Martha McMillan Ross, aged about 7 years, came by her death by a gun shot wound, purely accidental, inflicted by her brother, John Ross, aged about thirteen years, while playing in the garden of her grandfather's house,' THE ONLY MOUTHFUL OF SCANDAL.—The small talk of the Cofert has been small indeed (writes the Paris cor- respondent of the Cour Journal.) Out of the races at Longchamps has arisen thd only mouthful of scandal which has been given us to satisfy our incessant hunger for that tempting food. But then some folks think that, like the single lump of sugar taken by the Dutch house- wives to sweeten their fourteen cups of tea, the single bit of scandal is of so nutritious and satisfying a nature, that it will last us for a whole season. On the day of the Grand Race a certain lady of eccentric and irregatar temper—who albeit possessed of many drawbacks in the way of an utter indifference to appearances, a great admi- ration for truth when disagreeable, and peculiar readiness at expresing her opinion when unfavourable—is rather a favourite with her Majesty in consequence of the high position held by her husband, and the persevering love which, the latter bears to the Imperial dynasty-was seated close to the Empress, when a charming young Duke, well known for his lively and generous disposition, catoe amongst the ladies to pay his respects and offer his bet. The lady in question challenged her enthusiast four to one against La Tocques. The wager was looked upon by the listeners as a mere excuse for offering the gentleman a handsome present, without incurripg either refusal or suspicion. La Tocques was at that moment the great favourite of the field, and the idea of the motive which actuated the lady was confirmed by his proposal of making the bet a discretion.' A discretion is much favoured by French ladies with their generous admirers, for it gives them the opportunity of displaying their generosity. Much to the astonishment of the whole company, poor La Tocques being beaten, the lady was proclaimed the winner, and the disappointment expressed on her countenance gave rise to much comment and sly criticism. The gay young Duke, surprised at the unexpected result, awaited the decision of the lady in the choice of the present which the fortune of war had left to her discretion. To his great surprise, in answer to his question concerning the article he should send to her hotel, she replied, 'What I should like best at this moment would be a bonnet At first the astounded young Duke imagined this decision to be a plaisanterie induced by the shower which had just fallen, and some- what injured the bonnet of white crape worn by the lady but his wonder was more and more increased, when the lady declared her serious intention of accepting nothing else, and the loser, of course, compelled to sub- mit by the fate which had left him at his fair adversary's discretion,' had nothing more to do than to order the bonnet from the lady's milliner. He accordingly waited upon that potentate the next morning in person, with the request, mysteriously and darkly put, that she would make a bonnet for a lady whose measure was precisely the same as that of Madame de her customer, that it was the result of a wager, and to be sent to her imme- diately, and the bill to be dispatched to him. What was his surprise, however, on being told that the bonnet had been already ordered by the lady herself, the bill already Seen ordered in his name, and to the tune of twelve han- red francs, in consequence of the trimming of Russian lace with which the lady had ordered it to be adorned! Moreover, de fil en aiguille, it oozed out that the fair gambler had said that as she could not make him a hand- some present worthy of her, according to her intention, she would at all events get one from him. They say the young Duke's eyes were opened at last, and that he went on his way. it not actually rejoicing, it was only the embarrassment of his position which prevented the elation. This not being the first time the lady has thrown dowu the gauntlet, there is not the same alacrity in picking it up, and this causes the hesitation.
GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH, USED IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY, AND AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDAL. JlJUxG A CONFIRMATION BY SOME OF THE MOST EMINENT SCIENTIFIC MEN OF THE AGE, OF THE SUPERIOR QUALITIES OF THIS WORLD RENOWNED STARCH. 801d In Packets at iii, Id, 2d, 4d, and 8d each, by all respectable Grocers, Chandlers, Oilmen, &c. Wotherspoon & Co, Glasgow & London. 0 STE 0-E I D 0 N. PATENT MARCH 1, 1862, No. 560. GABRIEL'S Self-adhesive Patent Indestructible MINERAL TEETH and FLEXIBLE GUM*, without palates, springs, Wires, and without operation. One set lasts a lifetime, and *?rranted for mastication or articulation, even when all others til- Purest materials only, at half the usual cost. l"HE OLD ESTABLISHED" I ;*?, HARLEY-STREET, CAVENDISH SQUARE, AND 31, LUnGATE HILL, LONDON. LIVERPOOL: 134, DUKE-STREET. BIRMINGHAM: 65, NEW-STREET. ONLY ONE VISIT REQUIRED FROM COUNTRY PATIENTS. Gabriel's 'Practical Treatise on the Teeth,' Gratis. Complete Sets from 4 to 7 and 10 to 15 Guineas. GABRIEL'S PRACTICAL TREATISE ON ARTIFICIAL i^ETH, and the only effectual mode of supplying them, post three stamps, explains their numerous improvements. .Gabriel's new work should be read by all who value health, before consulting a dentist.—Herald. addition to their own inventions, Messrs. Gabriel supply, JJjjh equal success, every known method, whether English, or American, in Gold, Platina, Gutta Percha, Incorro- 'Soft Gum, Lentum, &c. ,>yabrier« Patent White Enamel, the only permanent stopping does not discolour the teeth. Spe"ig adapted for Front Teeth. STEAM COMMUNICATION V BETWEEN ^FIRPOOL, MILFORD, SWANSEA, & BRISTOL For the Month of JUNE, 1863. the Liverpool and Bristol Channel Steam Navigation Company'? 8Q Steam Ships 4'*ftRIG,,q, Capt, W. Adams. 'I ANNIE VERNoy.Capt.Hughan 4S £ RAQU> Capt Claike J.KENNEDY, Capt. Speakman. Capt. Gibbs THOMAS POWELL,Capt.Rowles *IION FERRY, Capt. Barrett* WINDERMERE, Capt. J. 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A- E' Thomas, Tea Dealer; Jas. Reece, Grocer, VjJvKoach, London Tea Mart, Haverfordwest. THE READY AND RELIABLE REMEDY. f t -& tfe.. f- ^-0^ (f* £ & '"f *k i v; L 0 W A, Y'S. OINTMENT. AiJ Rheumatism, Scrofula, Erysipelas. >are among the most terrible and agonising i.iscases, yet forms, and when seemingly incurable, they inT «i W,?lsappear under a persevering application of this sooth- J. ung antidote to pain and inflammation. t>^oL King'8 Evil, Fever Sores, Stif fJoints. J8.of King's Evil, where medicinal waters, lotions, Und liSiit1'16 the pharmacopoeia have proved useless, the will accomplish a thorough cure. Fever Sores heal kJ gj^er its influence, and its relaxing effieet uptrn con- ^ews is truly wonderful. 'vjjV (j,. Bad Legs, Piles, and Fistulas. M'^tav, j?8 'Which this Ointment effects, in healing Ulcers of Ki?s in g>.and which have resisted all other applications, as Sii^Ss nc jrin& Bad Lege, Piles, and Fistulas, have been so Ss an j 0 notorious throughout the world, that any effort. w c1uately detailed statement pf their number or %k W». be vain. It is sufficient to say that the Oint- i fSVer proved inefficacioag. ™ > Ulatment and Pills should b« used in the f ollowingr SMWB n.. cases:— &hi ^aiego-foot Fistulas Sore-throats SwJ Chilblains Gout Skin-disease „ aPPed-hands GlandularSwellings Scurvy W'Mo. C°ms (Soft) Lumbago Sore-heads 1" Cancers Piles Tumours "V'Plw contracted and Rheumatism Ulcers ^Wffi-ioints Scalds Wound# the w?fpjH^tia8i £ Sore Nipples I Yaws wftii^Dlep men*80'^>r0^ess0r Holloway, 244, Strand, in~5r'J. London, and also by all respectable druggists J* fcrw™1"*8 throviphoat the civilized world, at the ;„ ls.lid.,2s.9d., 4s.6d, lis, 22s, & SSs.eaeh pot. A. 0i^ctior,C0fn8lderablc by taking thelarg«r sutes. »«for the guidance of is every disorder are affl.stf-3 toeach pot< ,I RICHARD FRANCIS, HORSE, CARRIAGE, FLY, AND OMNIBUS PROPRIETOR, BARN STREET, HAVERFORDWEST, BEGS to nform his Friends, and the Public generally, that, in dition to the above, he has added a neat and commodious HEARSE, of the newest design, which he willletol tiire on the most reasonable terms. T- WI-IICII-FR DA VIES, WHOLESALE CORN, FLOUR, CHEESE, PORTER, & SEED MERCHANT, RESPECTFULLY returns thanks to his numerous Agricultural and other friends for the annually increasing patronage accorded to him, and nt the same time T. W. D., in soliciting future favours, pledgee himself to supply his customers with Goods of the most Genuine Quality on reasonable terms. I■<-> -11!1. ur ,¡h, ,1ttO" ———————————————— 'JJll hitl'jl'ttj "HblVf: tn, Just imported, a Cargo of ;;r t MANDER'S CELEBRATED DUBLIN STOUT. 5 w,, Also, a Cargo of Burnard, Lack, & Co's., of Plymouth, CONCENTRATED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. This Manure has stood the practical test of Field Trials for many years with pre-etninent success. MR. JAMES RIBBON, PIANO-FORTE, VIOLIN. AND VIOLONCELLO TEACHER Piatte-Fortes Toned. R'RSIDENCZ-ST.TIEOXA,S-STRUBT, HAVERFORDWEST HAVERFORDWEST. S. R., E Ii) MOID & T HD M A S R E E S (Many years Clerks in the Office of Messrs. Bees and Davies.) BEG to inform their Friends, and the Public generally, that they have commenced Business, in partnership, as AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, ACCOUNTANTS, &c and trust, by strict attention to all matters entrusted to their care and the pfompt discharge of their engage- ments, to merit and receive a share of Public Patronage. Offices- Dark-street (near the Mariners Square), Ha- verfordwest, Haverfordwest, 1st Jan., 1862. EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS OF THE NEW MODE OF TREATMENT. Post free far Six Stamps, open ends, or Fourteen in a Sealed Envelope. THE LAST NEW BOOK, on PREMATURE DECLINE and its ready removal; the modern treatment of certain disquali- iScations; with rules and numerous prescriptions for the speedy cure by very simple means of nervousness, debility, and all the more common diseases and supposed incurable maladies of the sexual system. Invalids will be astonished at its contents. By Dr. \Y. DE Roos, M.D., M.R.C.S., L.A.C., &c., of the Ecqle de Medecine, Paris; .Graduate in Medicine, Surgery, and Mid- wifery. By the present law, none hut the real Physician r Surgeon dare attach or M.R.C.S. to hii name and openly advertise Ms fees, as t&avy penaltles worald be ^aeurEed. The p'ufet-c should thejsefpre guard against impostors who impudently style 'themselves Dr,' Professor,' M.R.A.S. M.A. &c, in order to mislead the unwary as to their true character. None of these men really know more of the dilstas" they profess,to treat than any person may by reading the above work. Fom long practical observation in the most famous Institutions of this conntry and the continent, the Author has had somewhat unusual facilities for acquiring that uniform success, which has hitherto characterized his treatment, and he refers with pride to the numbers he has been instrumental in restoring to health and happ.ness; whilst to all who need such aid he offers every assu- rance of speedy restoration. Pers6ns at a distance should for- ward a detail of their case by letter, enclosing JEt Is for advice and medicinesy which will be sent by return. Patients corres- ponded with till cured, Post-office orders to be made payable at the General Post Office, to Dr. WALTER DE Roos, M.D., 25, Bedford Place, Bloomsbury Square, London. Hours for con- sultation, 12, till 2, Sundays excepted. It is important to recol- lect the.address, as to meet the wish of patients, THK ENTRANCE is STatCTLV PTTLVATK.. ¡ .7',tl. (,;¡. THE MOST WON&BRFUI, MJEDMINE IN THB WORLD I I., CURE IN FOUR "WEEKS.THE GUTTJ? VITJE, or VEGE- TABLE LIFE DROPS, Protected by Royal Letters Patent Sanctioned,by ths Faculte de France } %c., have in numberless instances proyed their superiority over every other advertised .remedy for langour, lassitude, depression of spirits, irritability, excitepaent, fear, distaste and incapacity for society, study or 1>usiness,_ indigestion, paiiis and palpitations in the side, giddi- ness, noise in the head, &c. This medicine strengthens the vitality of the whole, system, gives energy to the muscles, speedily removes nervousness, renovates the impaired powers of life, and invigorates the most shattered constitution. For skin eruptions, sore throat, pains in the bones, and those diseases in which mer- cury, sarsaparilla, ke, are too often employed to the utter ruin of health, its surprising efficacacy has only to be tested. Before wasting valuable time in seeking aid from instruments, electricity, galvanism, with similar absurdities, professing to set aside medicines, by American impostors and others, whose boasted distinguished qualifications' consist solely of their con- summate impudence, sufferers will do well to make fair trial of a remedy which, Concocted on sctentiAt: principles, cannot fail. Price 4s 6d and lis., or four times the latter at 33s per bottle, through all chemists, or. direct from 25, Bedford Place, WHERE THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS MAY BE SEEN. 'I THE THREE DAYS' CURE.-NEW FRENCH REMEDY THERAPION. as uniformly adopted in the French hospitals and by the notabilities of the-French faculty; in ft remarkably short time, often two or three days only, without the slightest discomfort, inconvenience, or risk, removes all discharges from the mucous membrane, whether of the urinary or other organs. It1 combines all the desiderata to be sought in a medicine of the kind, and surpasses everything hitherto employed. Devoid of all unpleasant taste and smell. In packets 2s 9d, 4s 6d, 1 fs, and 33s through all respectable medicine vendors, or sent direct from the establishmenton receipt of stamps or post omceorder. Thelis size contains three at 4s 6d, and those at 33s four of the lis. The stamp, to iniitate which is felony, bears the word 'Tberapion,' in white letters, by order of HER MAJESTYVJION. 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